After 2 years of not going anywhere, we booked a trip to Park City, Utah so Brett could snowboard and ski. I’m not a skier but was planning to do a lot of walking around in the snow and just seeing the sights. Luckily our flights last week were uneventful and on time. We also spent some time doing some tourist things in Salt Lake City. I took a gazilion pictures (okay maybe not that many but almost 1,000) and I’m started to edit them now so I’ll have a lot of vacation posts coming but here’s a sneak peak.
Our first stop was Park City Mountain so Brett could snowboard. After dropping him off here, I headed over to the old historic Park City area to walk around.
The old strip is full of restaurants, shops and artist galleries. It was quiet the morning I was there so I was able to walk around without bumping into too many people. It’s usually packed at night.
We made several road trips outside of Park City including one morning to go snowmobiling.
We spent some time at Antalope Island in Salt Lake City. This buffalo decided to cross the road right in front of us. He was not fazed by cars. Everyone was going slow and stopped to let him cross.
There wasn’t any snow in Salt Lake City but you could still see it on the top of the mountains all around the city. We found a spot to hike around there not to far from the University of Utah. The views are amazing almost anywhere you are in that city.
Needless to say, more to come on our trip.
Park City is a great place to visit. We are not skiers but the summertime hiking possibilities are many and varied. I love Salt Lake City, it does indeed have great views from almost anywhere.
Beautiful photos. It’s been many years since I’ve skied at Park City. I wonder if I would still recognize it?!
Wonderful views and Park City would be a place to shop, grab a cup of joe and take a peak at the art galleries.